Tattoo Artist Shows Off His Awful Work & Victims


From Mop:

Recently I decided to get a tattoo,
so I often go to Baidu to search for designs.
I accidentally found the following pictures.
I was shocked crispy on the outside and tender on the inside, so enjoyable ~

Dear brothers and sister, getting a tattoo is no small matter,
you must not be cheap and find just any tattoo artist.
This tattoo artist in these pictures have harmed a great many people,
and even happily takes a picture with every one of them.
Truly speechless~~

Alright, let’s begin posting pictures~




There were three topics (or “seasons”) on Mop that featured this tattoo artist’s work. He is called Qiang or Brother Qiang. Here are most of the worse tattoo photographs that were posted on Mop and many taken from his website:

Comments from Mop:


Whoever gets a tattoo will regret it!!!


A tattoo is no big deal, but this guy…
I am burnt!!! [because he was shocked]


Hurry and make a Chinese version of the Prison Break guy.


Sigh, what parents want their daughter to be married to a man with a tattoo, and what should your company’s management think when they discover your tattoo??? Sigh, go ahead and be smug, you will regret it sooner or later.


Tattoos are art, but getting tattooed so ugly like this is simply abusing yourself.


I had a schoolmate back in my first year of high school.
When he was in military training, he cockily showed me his tattoo.
Then we all asked what it was.
I said, a lizard, right? He said it was a dragon. The atmosphere was very awkward…


Creativity is something that needs preparation!


Actually, tattoos is a type of art. It is just that in China many people are unable to accept it. Of course, I am not saying that foreigners all approve of it, but at least people with tattoos outside of the country are not called black society.

If you encounter a good tattoo artist, you will discover that the tattoo on your body is simply a piece of art…of course, the perspective is different, so it is not necessary to discuss. I also feel sad for those people in the pictures, having met a second-rate practicing tattoo artist, with no sense of beauty to speak of, his lines and colors all trash.


If Michael Scofield’s tattoo was done by Qiang [this tattoo artist], he could spend the rest of his life and not escape from prison…


I cannot handle it…completely cannot handle it…
It looks like choosing the right tattoo artist it is very important…
my god,
ruining people without getting tired…[he keeps giving people bad tattoos]

Here are some comments from the third Mop topic where many people thought Brother Qiang’s was becoming better as a tattoo artist:


When these little gangsters become big gangsters, Brother Qiang better be prepared to run.


Faint…giving tattoos like this and he still has business…so surprising…


Once again,
it can only be said that Qiang’s amount of improvement is visible to all.


This Qiang is indeed niubi, to become so famous so quickly. Who knows how many more people are going to be ruined.


Speaking as a seasoned Moper who has investigated the three seasons of Brother Qiang’s tattoos,
I am very happy and pleasantly surprised to see Brother Qiang, though already at the peak of perfection, is still improving bit by bit!!!


More country bumpkins again, even a foreign country bumpkin NB.



Including the tattoo artist,
each one is uglier than the next.
Appraisal complete.


Awaiting Season 4.


Peasant artist!

I hope the internet will not destroy our country’s hundreds of millions of peasants’ artistic passion.


I trust everyone has discovered now: Brother Qiang is getting better and better!!!

Stay tuned…

The above are most of the worst pictures and tattoos but if you can handle more, you can see more on Brother Qiang’s website.


Written by Fauna

Fauna is a mysterious young Shanghainese girl who lives in the only place a Shanghainese person would ever want to live: Shanghai. In mid-2008, she started chinaSMACK to combine her hobby of browsing Chinese internet forums with her goal of improving her English. Through her tireless translation of popular Chinese internet news and phenomenon, her English has apparently gotten dramatically better. At least, reading and writing-wise. Unfortunately, she's still not confident enough to have written this bio, about herself, by herself.


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